The Lifetime Freestyle XL™ Paddleboard provides great stability and tracking in both surf and flat water. The EVA deck covering provides increased tra ...
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| Submitted by: fran on 2014-08-23
Summary: Love this thing... bring my english bully with me...
Pros: love it al
Cons: handles.. I'm only 5'4 and wish it had better gripping however I will get my hubby to put some on for me...l
Usage: fun fun fun...
Submitted by: JSchloer on 2014-07-16
Summary: Very stable. I am able to crab off it in the Puget sound
Pros: Wide. Stable
Cons: Slow. Awkward to carry and put into and out of water.
Usage: Surf, exercise
Submitted by: Ned Begovic on 2014-07-15
Summary: Nice SUP. Especially for the beginners to intermediate. Heavy construction. Very stable, safe, and durable. Great for kids, teenagers, beginners...
Pros: Safe. Stable. Does not get damaged. Value for the money...
Cons: Too heavy. Difficult to carry to the water and to put back on the vehicle. Awkward to carry...
Usage: Ocean front / beach front in low or no surf and the bay side waters for touring and exercise.
Submitted by: TJT on 2014-06-16
Summary: Wonderful Board! I took it fishing several times already and was very stable when doing so. Although the board is slow it is incredibly stable
Pros: Easy to ride, great for fishing, great for beginners
Cons: Slow, Difficult to navigate, heavy
Submitted by: Hunter Tini on 2014-06-02
Summary: Great board all around.
Pros: Economic. Stable. Durable
Cons: Heavy. Difficult to enter and exit the water
Submitted by: karen on 2014-05-29
Summary: A good stable cheap(on sale) board but I am more than 30 pounds under the max weight and still stand in water while paddling. Still it is the most comfortable of the 3 boards I have tried so far.
Pros: Price. Comfort. Looks-the blue looks cool on the lake.
Cons: Needs more handles and a deeper center carry handle. Deck rigging is thin,too stretchy and there is not enough room to store much. Standing in water.
Submitted by: cpagley on 2014-05-28
Summary: It handles a little slow, but is stable in the water. I was hoping for a lighter board, however, as this is heavier than my kayak.
Pros: Very stable, great beginner board
Cons: Slow, some difficulty tracking
Usage: A few times, borrowed from a friend
Submitted by: pamela on 2014-05-24
Summary: I am a beginner paddle boarder and this board was easy to move from sitting to kneeling to standing. It was stable in all positions and comfortable to my knees which get tired easily. Also while standing I did not experience foot or leg fatigue because the surface has some flexibility. Seems a little slower than my friend's board. For me it tracks ok but my friend thinks her board (pelican flow) tracks better.
Pros: Easy and stable for a beginner to change positions. comfortable to knees and ankles. Easy for 2 people to put on top of car. Price
Cons: Water comes on top board when heavier people ride (180 lbs. +)
Usage: On lake
Submitted by: Jeremiah on 2014-05-21
Summary: I read a fair number of reviews on this board and decided to buy it when it went on sale. So far, I am very pleased with the stability and portability of this board. I expected to go flying off it, but was surprised by the ease at which I was able to stay on it. It attracted some attention at the lake!
Pros: Easy to use, Seems durable, Inexpensive
Usage: Recreational, Lake touring
Submitted by: joesnowski on 2013-07-25
Summary: Great beginner board, all 5 family members love it for fun on the lake.
Cons: with my 230lbs it tends to sit pretty low in the water and looses some air thru the vent plugs. A little heavy.
Usage: used for flat water exercise, fishing and fun
Submitted by: bufflehead on 2013-07-24
Summary: I like it! I'm close to the max weight of 220, so it sits lower than when my girlfriend gets on it. But it tracks smooth, is easy to paddle and is very stable. I got on expecting to fall in and so far so good. Though I figure once I get confident I'll get stupid and fall in. Over all a good SUP for the money. I'm sure for more money you could get a better SUP, but you get a good SUP and a paddle for half the price of a board, so I feel it is a good entry to the sport.
Submitted by: RAG on 2013-05-29
Summary: Great overall board.
Pros: Smooth cutting in water. Economical.
Submitted by: gj on 2012-06-21
Summary: can't be beat for the price!
Pros: it does exactly what it's made for & the adjustable fins are great for different currents it holds my 235 lb weight just fine.
Cons: cheesy & plastic.
Usage: mostly lake & dam touring.